Jim Cramer believes that parents should talk about money with their children at a young age.
In fact, he thinks the best thing parents can do for their children is teach them about stocks and Wall Street just like they teach their kids to read and write.
"Parents shouldn't worry that kids are too young," said Cramer. "You can make it a game."
Cramer speaks from experience.
"My love of stocks didn't begin in law school or college or even high school," explained the Mad Money host. "No, my love for stocks started back in fourth grade, that's right, fourth grade."
Because Cramer believes that family conversations about stocks are so important, the Mad Money host dedicated Thursday's show to it. And during the broadcast he spoke with families in the studio audience about their specific questions.